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chad7405
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Trans-humanism: Egalitarian or regular?

I've looked at both of them and they both look good to me for when i get the influence to implement them... However, which one is better? Which should I choose for the benefit of my state? They both seem to have pros and cons. Transhumanism looks good because it makes it available for technological advancement of humans, but I'm afraid it will make a wealthy superior social class that dominates the masses AntreibenTaetschel, while I think Egalitarian is good because it makes it available to all generally, but i don't want a bunch of similar clones of people that become socialist and totally identical Prayi27x25Prayi27x25Prayi27x25Cancan... What are the differences in implementation and results between the two reforms? I definitely want transhumanism but I really want to pick the right one for my particular state. King

09.12.2013 02:53
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Well, as the reform descriptions suggest - the difference between the two is availability to the public. One is exclusive only to the rich, the other is made available to all. Go egalitarian.


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09.12.2013 09:32
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Helsworth Wrote:
Well, as the reform descriptions suggest - the difference between the two is availability to the public. One is exclusive only to the rich, the other is made available to all. Go egalitarian.

To expand on that, Transhumanism legalizes things like genetic and cybernetic research and enhancement - but only if you can afford them.

Egalitarian Transhumanism regulates the technologies so that they are available for everyone (how depends on how you run your state, but the point is that the population at large has access to the technologies).

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RE: Trans-humanism: Egalitarian or regular?

Hi.
I' have some questions related to these reform, maybe someone knows.

Has Egalitarian Transhumanism long term effect on retired population, and therefore, PE_Pensions?

Any effect on PE_Health, or any other line on budget?

I've read these reforms improve life span. That's my interest. Do both "normal" and equelitarian reforms slows regent's aging speed the same rate? I suppose the regent of a country has always available "state of the art" medical care. But in this game regent's health is linked to population's, so maybe the "egalitarian" mode has deeper effect on regent's longevity than the "elitist" version.




Any clue on this?


EDIT: I've jut found another thread with some answers about budget and other effects.

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09.02.2015 02:19
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Richard Wilson
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I go with transhumanism because the results / benefits are more marked and noticeable. Not to mention that citizens in NWO have enough disposable income to afford access.

09.02.2015 19:37
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